Kennedy Space Center’s First Ever Sukka Available For Visitors

Rabbi Zvi Konikov, of Chabad of the Space and Treasure Coasts got permits and built the first ever sukka at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

For the first time ever, Chabad has arranged for there to be a sukka on site of the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex in Florida. The sukka is available on Chol Hamoed for all visitors and is located near the Space Mirror Memorial.

This project was arranged by Rabbi Zvi Konikov of Chabad of the Space and Treasure Coasts. The sukka’s availability and location can be publicized for all visitors and workers on site.

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